Our armpits are major crossroads of arteries, veins and lymph nodes. They are lined with very sensitive, tender skin. Because skin is permeable, we are careful to make our deodorants gentle and safe. We don’t use questionable ingredients found in other antiperspirants and deodorants, such as artificial fragrance and antibacterial chemicals.
Our natural deodorants keep you feeling fresh from shower to shower. They eliminate odor-producing bacteria and smell wonderful. They utilize essential oils both for enchanting scents and for sustained antibacterial activity.
Alcohol, the main ingredient in our deodorant, kills bacteria also. We do not use synthetically-produced alcohol. Instead, we use grain alcohol denatured (made undrinkable) with lavender essential oil.
Our deodorants are not antiperspirants, which reduce sweat by clogging pores, and often contain aluminum compounds. Our sprays allow underarm skin to breathe as nature intended.
Body odor can have a pleasant smell, unique to individuals. Sweat itself is virtually odorless to humans. It is the multiplication of bacteria in the presence of sweat and their breaking down of sweat into acids that eventually causes B.O.
Read the testimonials on this page and see how much people love this product.
Available in an 8-ounce spray bottle for home or a 2-ounce spray bottle for travel.
“Been using this deodorant for almost 2 years now, like everyone else, I always get many complements on how good I smell. This is the best!!!! My first bottle lasted a long time, only on second bottle now. Please always keep making this, and never change it! Thank you for truly great, natural products!!!! If you can't already tell, I ALSO LOVE IT!!!!!!! ”
Barbara Scott, Phoenix, AZ
“People say all the time, 'You smell so good.' I tell them about Herbaria and how great your products are!”
Marge Anich, St. Louis, MO
“We're still loving your products. I especially like the new deodorants. I use mine liberally, yet I can tell it's going to last a long time. I've been using it for a few months and it looks like it's only dropped a quarter or a third of an inch in the bottle.“
Susan P., Fairbanks, AK